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The School of Classical Ballet & Dance Youth Company is presenting a storybook ballet inspired by “The Tales of Beatrix Potter,” today and tomorrow at the School of Classical Ballet & Dance, 2305 Gruene Lake Drive. A cast of over 30 local dancers will perform as the beloved Beatrix Potter

In any courtroom situation, information is key. At the New Braunfels Municipal Court, Judge Rose Zamora is bringing new ideas and programs to get needed information to citizens and the court. To hear from Judge Zamora, click the audio button below. http://www.nbtexas.org/index.aspx?nid=129

(New Braunfels, Tx)--On Monday, Federal Marshalls arrested former daycare worker, 51-year old Constance Joan Digiovanni on 20 new indictments for child endangerment and criminal negligence; one count of injury to a child; and one count of failing to report child abuse or neglect with intent to

San Marcos, Tx)--The San Marcos Fire Marshal’s Office has arrested three men in connection with an early morning fire that occurred on Wednesday, April 9th, at a home on Sagewood Trail. San Marcos Police Department and San Marcos Fire Department responded to the fire and found that it was isolated

(New Braunfels, Tx)--CASA of Central Texas is seeking volunteers to commit time to local youth and advocate for them in the courts. CASA volunteers are screened, highly trained and then appointed by judges to represent and advocate for a child’s best interests in the child protection system. CASA

(New Braunfels, Tx)--On Friday, Walnut Springs Elementary School teacher Stephanie Correia will receive an educational grant of 25-hundred-dollars for classroom supplies as part of the insurer’s Thank America’s Teachers initiative. Local New Braunfels Farmers Insurance agent JP Kesselring and

Humanities is one of the New Tech Network classes offered at MECHS.

The National Weather Service and The Storm Prediction Center have placed portions of South-Central Texas in a Slight Risk for Severe Storms Today through Friday.

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